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Making Space to Write

You not only need to carve out space in your schedule to create your content, but you also need a physical space that will enable you to focus, ponder, and then get pounding on those computer keys. In...


Storytelling in Nonfiction

When we think of dialogue or setting a scene, we often delegate that to fiction. However, storytelling is just as powerful in nonfiction.

Consider this story.
“Can you name the one person you are angry with?” The teenaged girl twirled a...


Becoming an Idea Generator

Generating ideas can feel impossible. What if you run out of new ideas? You may have a specific topic and that feels limiting. In this teaching, Suzie Eller shares how to overcome those fears as well as 3...


Keep Your Writing Moving

Have you ever picked up a book that seems to flow gracefully from sentence to sentence, paragraph to paragraph? This type of writing is an effortless joy to read. Compare that to cumbersome writing that feels like you...


Show, Don’t Tell

Was the man very tall? Or did he have to duck to enter the room? The difference in these two sentences is “telling” the facts or “showing” them. In this lesson, author Glynnis Whitwer gives you tips on...



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